Macau continues it's rapid, high-stakes expansion with the addition of an all-suites hotel from Ritz-Carlton and a new property from JW Marriott.
Marriott International, Inc. and Galaxy Entertainment Group announced they have signed long-term management agreements for more than 1,300 rooms, suites and floating villas at two landmark luxury hotels operated by Marriott International brands to anchor the second phase of the Galaxy Macau™: The Ritz-Carlton, Macau and the JW Marriott Hotel Macau.
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